World Classification Of Economies

By: EconomyWatch   Date: 29 June 2010

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The World Bank has classified the economies of the world on the basis of income and region for the year 2006. This is a classification of all the member countries of the and other economies with populations more than 30,000. The groups made are as follows:

  • Lower Income Economies (with $825 or less)
  • Lower Middle Income Economies (With $826-3,255)
  • Upper Middle Income Economies (With $3,256-10,065) and
  • High Income Economies (With $10,066 or More)

Classification is made among the income groups as to 2004 GNI per capita and regions by using the World Bank Atlas Method.

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